With keynote address by Jorge L. Barón
Executive Director, Northwest Immigrant Rights Project
Jorge L. Barón has served as the Executive Director of the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project (NWIRP) since April 2008. Jorge’s passion in advocating on behalf of immigrant and refugees is firmly rooted in his own immigrant experience: he is originally from Bogotá, Colombia, and immigrated to the United States at the age of thirteen. Jorge has served in various civic groups including the transition committees for Attorney General Bob Ferguson and Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan, the Joint Legislative Task Force on Deadly Force in Community Policing, and Governor Christine Gregoire’s New Americans Policy Council.
Everyone deserves quality health care.
For more than 50 years, Neighborcare Health has provided quality, affordable health care for our most vulnerable neighbors. We serve more than 75,000 patients each year, primarily low-income and uninsured families, immigrants, and the homeless in our nearly 30 medical, dental and school-based sites. We ask everyone to pay what they can, but no one is turned away due to inability to pay.
Please join us for Spring Dinner and stand up for the rights of our most vulnerable neighbors.
We look forward to celebrating with you in support of our patients and programs.
April 17, 2019 at Fisher Pavilion
5:30 Social Hour, 6:30 Dinner and Program to follow
305 Harrison St
Seattle, WA 98109
There is no cost to attend, a suggested donation of $150 will be requested at the event for patient care.
Tables seat 10 guests comfortably.
With thanks to our sponsors
The success of the Spring Dinner greatly depends on the generosity of our corporate sponsors. Thank you for standing up for our patients and standing with us as we provide quality health care to our community's most vulnerable neighbors.